Posted: 02/23/2014 - A Sanford officer is recovering after he was shot while investigating a disturbance call.
Posted: 02/22/2014 - Investigators say a 29-year-old man shoved a woman out of his truck at a gas station in Gastonia and then ran her over.
Posted: 02/21/2014 - North Carolina native and singer-songwriter James Taylor is starring in a television ad for an environmental group urging viewers to challenge efforts to allow natural gas exploration in the state through fracking.
Posted: 02/21/2014 - One North Carolina beach town has put a moratorium on building so-called mega-houses.
Updated: 02/21/2014 - The lead military prosecutor in the case against a U.S. Army general facing sexual assault charges has resigned, two weeks before a court martial is set to begin.
Posted: 02/20/2014 - A Kinston restaurant is in the running for a big honor.
Updated: 02/18/2014 - A Pennsylvania prosecutor says police haven't substantiated a woman's claims she killed more than 20 people before the killing for which she's now charged.
Posted: 02/18/2014 - Authorities are investigating Instagram accounts after nude photos of Wake County high school students started appearing on them.
Posted: 02/17/2014 - Wake County Superior Court Judge Robert Hobgood refused to dismiss the lawsuit on Monday. The lawsuit is over what one side calls school "vouchers," and the other calls "opportunity scholarships."
Posted: 02/17/2014 - A North Carolina judge is evaluating a new law that would let taxpayer money be used by low-income parents to send their children to private or religious schools.
Posted: 02/16/2014 - Democrats wore the mantle of public education for more than a century in North Carolina as leaders like Terry Sanford and Jim Hunt led the way on raising teacher salaries and expanding student opportunity.
Posted: 02/16/2014 - A Rock Hill mother whose son died from carbon monoxide poisoning in a North Carolina hotel is creating a list of hotels in South Carolina and North Carolina that have carbon monoxide detectors.
Posted: 02/15/2014 - Two North Carolina lawmakers say they will push legislation to force the nation's largest electricity provider to clean out its leaky waste dumps across the state, as federal prosecutors launch a criminal investigation into Duke Energy's massive coal ash spill on the Dan River.